So you've read the reviews, pored over the specs, and decided you definitely, absolutely want the new iPad. Congrats! Except pre-orders are already backed up two-to-three weeks, and morons like this have been camping out for most of the week. But don't worry; plenty of places other than the Apple Store will have new…
The new iPad, with its retina display and 4G LTE connectivity, is about to do wonders for your personal entertainment needs. But that much pretty at those speeds could also decimate your data cap. Why? Because nicer visuals means bigger file sizes. Here's how to limit the damage to your wallet.
One of the new iPad's video features—along with 1080p recording and video stabilization—is temporal noise reduction. Apple claims it will improve the quality of footage in low-light conditions. OK, but what the hell is it?
What a day! We got the beautiful new retina display iPad and the new HD Apple TV we were expecting. But the Apple keynote was packed with information about Apple's new products. If you missed the liveblog action—or in case you want to bask in the excitement of Tim Cook's presentation skills—you can now watch today's…
See that? It's everything Apple thinks you should know about the iPad in just over five minutes. And while its spec highlights—retina display, a quad-core A5x chip—are impressive, the ultimate message is clear: this is something you use everywhere, for everything, all the time.
We thought Dave Pell's musings on the original iPad in 2010 still ring true today, so we figured we'd share. Enjoy.
Just like how Apple sells the previous generation iPhones for cheap after a new iPhone is released, the iPad 2 is going to live on even with the new iPad and its Retina display glory taking all the shine. Think of it as the lower end tablet that's better than any other tablet except for the new iPad.
To take advantage of its fancy new retina display, higher res camera, and boosted processor, the iWork and iLife apps for iOS have all been updated today. And since that new display will make working with photos a treat, Apple also introduced an iOS version of iPhoto.
Well, it's finally here, Apple's new hotness. But how does it compare to the new hotness from Asus, Samsung, Amazon, BlackBerry, or heck, the iPad 2? We've got you covered with this head-to-head spec sheet.
With the announcement of the iPad 3, came the announcement of a new processor: the A5x chipset with (presumably) a dual-core CPU and quad-core GPU. The A5X is more powerful to be sure, but should we think of it as a next-generation chip, or merely a spec bump?
The new iPad is here. Apple's new tablet computer has arrived and its ultra-sharp 2048 x 1536 pixel Retina display is enough to set it apart from anyone else. It's almost like looking at a glossy magazine page.
9to5Mac says they've spotted a 4G (LTE?) iPad model in Apple's inventory system:
Oh joy! It's Apple announcement time again. We know you've got a lot of live blog options, but we hope you'll join us on our super meta iPad HD Liveblog with your hosts, Brian Barrett and Mat Honan.
This post originally appeared a couple of weeks ago, but it's worth repeating. Amazon's prices are holding steady, and Radio Shack's have only dipped about $15. As of 1 p.m. EST, though, they're all going to plummet. So get selling!
Still have any doubts about how amazing the iPad HD's 2,048 x 1,536-pixel Retina-ish display is? No more: check out these amazing comparison shot of the incoming iOS game Food Run.
Apple has an event tomorrow, and it will be the Biggest Consumer Technology News of 2012. It will likely remain the Biggest Consumer Technology News of 2012 until Apple's next event, which may then overtake it. Here's what to expect.